Chicago Med (2015) s07e19 Episode Script

Like a Phoenix Rising From the Ashes

1 Welcome back.
Thanks for holding things down for me while I was out of commission.
I'm more than happy to stand in as chief till you settle back in.
Brothers in arms.
Got your back.
It couldn't have been easy, coming back here given our relationship.
My coming back here is not about you or us, it's about me.
What is this? Flash money and an undercover investigation, what does that look like? - Small bills.
- Not 40-50K? Hell no.
I don't want to endanger myself.
I don't want to endanger you because you can't handle being in the dark.
I care about you, Milena.
I can handle it.
Hey, what are you doing up? Oh, nothing.
Dylan You're staring out the window at something.
There's this blue Impala parked behind my building.
Been idling there for like 15 minutes.
It's probably an Uber or someone who pulled off the road to make a call.
Yeah, you're probably right.
What is going on with you? Talk to me.
I'm just worried somebody might've followed you.
No one's more careful than me.
Gonna go shower.
Hey, um, while I got you here I've been holding onto this for you since you left.
- Your old coffeemaker - Yeah.
- Yeah.
- Uh, thing, I guess.
Yeah, you-you just never reached out to me, let me know where you were, so here you are.
I remember how you craved your craved your coffee.
You know, I'm not so addicted to caffeine anymore, but you keep it.
Yeah, thanks though.
- Okay.
- Excuse me, do you need any assistance? Oh, no, thank you, I'm I'm okay.
- Ugh, God - Are you sure? Hey, here, let us help, we're doctors.
Why are hospital parking lots always so far away from the front door? I'll find you a wheelchair, help get you inside.
All right mm, okay.
- Watch your step.
- Thank you.
I woke up this morning, and something just felt off.
It was like everything just got super swollen.
How many weeks are you? Almost 33.
Okay, your belly is a bit distended, so let's take a look.
Uh, it's a boy.
- Oh, that's great.
- That's great.
Can we contact your OB for you? I don't I don't actually have one right now.
I'm I'm sorry, I'm kind of in a bit of a transition with things right now.
That's okay.
All right, Ingrid, so I'm seeing some extra amniotic fluid and your baby's abdomen looks a little swollen.
That that doesn't sound good.
What's causing this? Well, sometimes it could be caused by an infection, sometimes the baby has anemia.
Is the baby going to be okay? I'd like to do some further testing, but it's not necessarily serious.
Yeah, the good thing is, you're already far enough to deliver a healthy boy, even if we have to induce labor, all right? Thank you.
Hey, Doris, got your page.
What do we got? 22-year-old male in Treatment 3.
Name's Luis Peña, passed out in front of the mayor's house.
- The mayor's house? - Mm-hmm, during a protest.
- He's in bad shape, you'll see.
- Okay.
Are you the doctor in charge of Luis Pena? I am, and you are? Mindy Zheng, I'm a journalist.
Perhaps you've read my Substack about the protest.
I haven't, excuse me.
Hey, Mr.
Peña, so Luis is on day 36 of a hunger strike, and he doesn't want his progress thwarted in any way whatsoever.
Got it? Doris, would you page Dr.
Charles, please? Yeah.
Ma'am, would you please Would you step outside? No, she stays.
Mindy's telling my story.
Look, Luis, your labs are concerning.
Your liver enzymes are up, your kidneys are starting to fail, I mean, you're likely to go into multi-system organ failure if you don't allow us to give you nutrition.
- Nutrition? - Yeah, through a feeding tube.
- So food.
- Yeah.
Five weeks, Luis, that's, um that's real commitment.
I made a promise to myself.
Tell me about that, a promise about what? You know Greyland Recycling? Yeah, I'm familiar with it.
They have a huge contract with the city.
Greyland handles most of Chicago's indus industrial Mindy.
Greyland recently closed a metal shredding facility in a white affluent neighborhood, and the mayor just approved the final permit to relocate that facility to South Chicago, into a lower income neighborhood.
Where I grew up.
Somehow guessing that metal shredding, not the best thing for the environment.
Definitely not Of course, Greyland claims that pollution controls will help keep residents safe.
If that was true, why did the rich people want it gone? It's environmental racism.
Look, your cause, your devotion to it, I find genuinely admirable, but have you asked yourself how effective you can be from a hospital bed? That's why Mindy's here, so people know how I'm doing.
Oh, hey, you can't smoke in here, bud.
Of course, yeah, it just helps with the hunger pangs.
Yeah, I understand.
So what is our end game strategy here, Luis? I won't eat until Greyland calls off their move.
And if they don't? Sometimes change requires sacrifice.
Well, um, we're gonna let you rest up a bit and check back in a while, okay? So what's his status? Well, he'll drink water but nothing else, won't even allow an IV for fluids.
I mean, pretty soon his body's going to shut down.
So is there anything else we can do? He knows what he wants, he has very clear logic to support his goals, you know, he understands the stakes.
PUBS is short for Percutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling.
It'll tell us a lot more about how your baby is doing in there.
- Okay.
Okay, now, this first needle is going to temporarily paralyze your baby.
Don't worry, it's not as scary as it sounds.
Just to keep him from moving around too much.
He does like to kick okay.
Okay, little pinch.
Great, that wasn't too painful.
All right, now, with this second needle, we're going to draw blood right from where your umbilical cord connects with your baby.
Like an amniocentesis? Did you have one done before? No, but around the end of my first trimester, I did this blood test, a panel, and it said that there was a chance that the baby might be born with spinal muscular atrophy.
SMA, that's a serious condition.
I'm surprised you didn't mention this earlier.
I guess I was trying not to think about it too much.
Could that be the cause of the swelling? Perhaps, but it's hard to tell.
Let's see what the lab has to say about the blood test.
You're gonna have one more pinch.
Here we go Hey, buddy.
Got a patient asking for you by name, a Gerald Simmons, a navy vet.
Ring a bell? Can't say it does.
What's he in for? Severe headaches, chest palpitations.
BP's jumping out of the gym.
I'm setting him up for an EKG as we speak.
CPO Simmons, allow me to present Lieutenant Commander Ethan Choi.
At your service, chief.
I'll take over, Trish.
I apologize, but it's getting, so I can't remember all the patients I've seen.
Have we met before? No, but I got a recommendation from the VA that you were a good doctor.
They didn't say anything about me? My feelings are hurt.
Gerald, I see your BP's 170/110.
It's good you came in.
Yeah, start him on a nicardipine drip for that.
On it.
You got some serious-looking scars here.
Can I ask where you got this one? I had a valve replaced almost ten years ago now.
And this other one? Appendectomy when I was a kid.
You know, when you're done taking inventory, you should check out his ink.
It's pretty cool.
I'm sorry, I don't know why I did that.
That's okay.
Oh What is it? It feels like something's sitting on my chest It's his heart, start bagging him.
I'll start compressions.
Yeah, no pulse, all right, he's in V-fib.
Charge to 200.
Got a pulse.
All right, sinus tach, hold CPR.
Keep bagging, let's get him intubated.
Hello, I'm Dr.
This is our charge nurse, Maggie Lockwood.
I'm Caitlin.
This is my husband, Theo.
Okay, and you must be Zoe.
So what's going on? We were leaving a restaurant just outside the city.
We're on a road trip, we're visiting my sister in Cleveland.
And Zoe couldn't walk from the restaurant back to the car.
Some idiot janitor mopped the bathroom floor but didn't put a sign up.
So you fell on the slippery floor? Well, we didn't see that happen.
- You don't believe me? - We don't believe you, no.
I'm sorry, am I missing something? Zoe's had a history of alcohol issues.
- We think that's why she can't walk - Are you serious right now? I fell and hurt myself, but you think I've been drinking? We can smell it on you, Zoe.
How dumb do you think we are? Pretty dumb, actually, because I haven't had - one sip of alcohol in months.
- Calm down.
How embarrassing this is.
You all right, Zoe? Here.
Okay, CBC, CMP, blood and urine tox, and blood alcohol.
Plus a chest X-ray and C abdomen and pelvis to see about that fall.
All right, that should give us a clear idea of what's going on here, yeah? Well, that was strange, huh? Yeah, weird timing on the MI, for sure.
I'm talking about him touching you that way.
You think he mistook you for someone else? No, I think he was more confused than anything else, given his condition.
Except, you know that tattoo he had on his arm? Nautical star? Yeah, my father had one just like it, in the same location.
Well, perhaps they served together.
I'm guessing they're probably the same age.
Hey, Trish, please start a normal cardiac work up, would ya? Chest X-ray and a blood gas, trops, CBC, CMP, and an EKG.
Well, this is a nice surprise.
Hey, Felicia, uh, you're not at work, are you? Uh, no, not today.
I'm actually heading to your Dad's to pack up the last of his stuff.
Perfect, um, you think I could ask you to do me a big favor? Do we have a lunch date I forgot about? No, Daniel, I'm here for a patient.
- Oh.
- I've been following the news on Luis.
I read that he was brought over here this morning.
Luis Peña's your patient? Yes, for many years, but we haven't had - a session for a long time, so.
- Oh.
- Oh, God, Luis.
- Yeah.
Have you gotten him to eat yet? No, he's very serious about this.
You should definitely have a chat with him.
I will.
Want to come in? Yeah.
Labs are back on that PUBS test you requested.
- Oh, great, thanks, Trini.
- Yeah.
Looks like the baby's anemic.
We need to transfuse him, try to buy him a little more time in utero.
That's weird, it says the baby's blood type is O-positive.
Yeah, so? Yeah, that's what I thought Ingrid's is AB-negative.
That's not medically possible.
Ingrid can't be this baby's mother.
I mean, technically, I'm not the baby's biological mother.
I'm a surrogate.
I mean, I was a surrogate.
Was? You remember that genetic panel I told you about? The one that said the baby had SMA? When the couple found out, they decided to terminate the pregnancy.
But you didn't.
I just I just couldn't.
Were the parents made aware of that? What does that matter? They they didn't want the baby anyway.
Okay, you know what, this is something that we can discuss later.
What's important now is the health of the baby.
So we're gonna start by transfusing him with some blood, see if that helps cure the anemia.
Okay, thank you.
Asher? So we have to confirm this with the biological parents.
I'm not sure that that's our responsibility, especially if the parents gave up the baby.
Well, we don't know if that's true.
Look how long it took her to tell us about - the genetic defects.
- Why would she be lying? Bottom line, she can't ghost the parents like that.
They have every right to know what's going on.
We have to notify legal so they can contact them.
You're right, okay.
What I'm seeing here worries me worries us.
You are risking your life now.
I'm doing what needs to be done.
But haven't you made your point? Last I checked, nothing's changed.
They're still relocating the metal shredder.
Then I don't think I have made my point.
Mindy, I'd like to have a moment alone with Luis.
No, he wants me here.
Okay, I have to tell you, she doesn't have your best interests at heart.
Her priority is her story.
I called Mindy.
I initiated the contact.
Considering what you and I have dealt with in the past, I think you can understand my concern.
You see the old me.
You don't see that this is important.
Um, Dr.
Richardson, quick word, please? I just feel like I'm missing something.
Can I get a little more history? Luis tried to take his life three years ago.
He's been struggling with depression his whole life.
I mean, what if this is just another suicide attempt? We should have him on a psych hold.
But even if you're right, you know, a psych hold's not gonna solve the problem of getting him to eat.
We can't force feed him, he has capacity.
I am terrified that he's going to take his own life.
I get that, but unfortunately, we just we don't have the legal grounds to stop him.
So your CT scans are negative.
I'm not seeing any injury from a fall.
But your blood-alcohol content is very high at .
240 grams per deciliter.
You're drunk, we knew it.
I'm not! It's a mistake.
We've got to get you into some kind of program.
Can you help us with that? - Of course.
- I didn't drink anything.
All right, stop lying, Zoe, okay, that's enough.
- I'm not lying.
- Just stop, it's insulting.
You're slurring your words.
It's insulting, you're slurring your words.
Uh, get a line, hang a liter of saline.
You got it.
We're going to hydrate Zoe, okay? She should sober up pretty soon.
How's our squid? Not sure, tachycardia's still persistent.
Doesn't appear to have damaged any heart muscle, but cardiology wants to cath him to make sure.
- And his BP? - Still elevated.
- Even after the nicardipine? - Yeah.
That's odd.
All right, let's add an esmolol drip on top.
See if we can't get that back under control.
- Hey, Ethan! - Hey.
Hope this was what you were looking for.
Thank you, I know it's a huge inconvenience.
Ah, it's not that big a deal.
I like coming into Chicago.
Actually, wondering if maybe you want to grab a bite after work? Yeah, I'd like that.
So what are you hoping to find? I think my patient knew my father.
- Uh, you wanna take a look? - Yeah.
Here they are, doctors Asher and Halstead.
This is Meg and Jonathan Harris, they just got in from Indiana.
Ingrid was our surrogate.
I can't believe this is happening.
- I'm sorry.
- How is she? We heard the baby's having some swelling? That's because of the Type 1 SMA.
Actually, we're not sure those things are related.
How could they not be? Weak muscles, inability to swallow, collapsed lungs.
Median survival rate of less than a year.
That's what this baby has to look forward to.
We didn't want this, for him to suffer.
When we made the decision to terminate, Ingrid and I sat together and cried.
- I understand.
- What do we do now? Well, from this hospital's perspective, Mr.
Harris, right now, our top priority is the health of the mother - and the baby.
- Ingrid is not the mother.
My wife is the mother.
Ingrid had a contract with us, and what she's doing is wrong.
I don't understand.
Why why she did this? Our poor baby.
Asher, it's Ingrid.
The baby's heart rate.
Great, thank you excuse me.
Ingrid's here in the emergency room? Mr.
and Mrs.
Harris, please! What what's going on? Fetal heart rate decels.
The baby didn't tolerate the procedure.
What have you done, Ingrid? What are they doing here? How could you do this to us, to our baby? Mr.
and Mrs.
Harris, you have to leave, please.
Let's open the Hybrid O.
for an emergency C-section.
This baby needs to be delivered now.
I haven't looked through this in years.
Patrick looked so handsome in his uniform.
Bet it runs in the family.
So what exactly are you looking for? This guy says we've never met before, but I don't know, there something about him that seemed familiar.
There, that's it.
That's the picture I was thinking of.
Could that be your patient? Gerald, yeah.
Certainly looks like him.
And, see, they both have the same tattoo.
So I guess they did serve together.
That's pretty remarkable.
Wow, your father's so young in this photo.
It's funny.
He got older, but he didn't really change much.
Yeah, change The scar, that's it, - that would explain it.
- Explain what? Excuse me.
- Your dad and Gerald? - Yeah.
So what am I supposed to be looking at here? His appendectomy scar.
Look at the coloring, then look at this.
Well, when was this taken, 50 years ago? I mean, come on, photos age, right? It's not the photo that's changed, it's the scar.
See how the pigmentation has changed? Yeah, I don't know, maybe.
I think he has a pheochromocytoma.
An adrenal gland tumor? Yeah, it would explain why his hypertension's not responding to medication, and the tachycardia, and the change in pigmentation of the scar.
I think you're reaching.
I'm going to need your approval to get this scan.
All right, let's CAT scan him, get plasma-free metanephrines, and, uh, at worst, we'll definitively rule it out.
Hey hey, Pops, what's going on? We need to talk.
Okay, you wanna grab a beer at Molly's after my shift? No, we don't have the time.
Come on.
I need you to tell me about this drug dealer, Milena Jovanovic.
Uh, I don't know what you're talking about.
Well, the word is, on the street, is that you two are seeing each other.
Who'd you hear that from? I've got intel all over the city, son.
Well, you got some bad intel.
Milena was a former patient of mine.
Okay, then why was she coming out of your apartment at 5:00 a.
this morning? You know you can't lie to me, boy.
I wouldn't date a drug dealer.
You know that.
Look, you don't have to worry about me.
I'm always gonna worry about you, son.
Whatever you're doing, I get the distinct feeling that you know it's wrong.
I love you.
Scott, they need you! - Can somebody help us? - Help! We've got an alarm, get me Dr.
Scott! Excuse me, sir.
- What's happening? - She's having a seizure.
Push 5 of Ativan.
Meds are in.
Thank you.
Come on, sweetie, breathe.
What happened? Oh, thank God.
She's gotten worse since we've been here.
Is this related to the alcohol? What's going on? We are going to get to the bottom of this.
The C-section went off without a hitch.
Both Ingrid and the baby boy are healthy and in good condition.
- The baby's healthy? - Yes.
How can that be? What about the SMA? Actually, there's no sign of any defect.
He's breathing well, and his muscle tone is good.
The neonatologist is performing a more thorough exam as we speak, but all signs look optimistic.
- Oh, my God.
- I don't understand.
What about the panel we took the first trimester? That's happening more and more these days.
A lot of false positives.
We were told it was 99% accurate.
Big tech, unfortunately, got a look at the profit potential and has, quite frankly, joined the market in an irresponsible way.
They're providing promises of accuracy that just aren't achievable yet.
And your doctor should've advised you to schedule a follow-up amnio.
I don't know what to say.
We didn't think he would survive birth.
Well, you made what you thought was the right decision at the time, but unfortunately, you were given false information.
Honey honey, listen.
It's like it's like it's a miracle.
After all these years, we have a baby.
We have a healthy baby.
Thank you.
Okay, I'll be right back.
All right, protein is down, albumin is down.
He's near the end.
- Dr.
- Yeah? A Cook County judge has issued a court order to place a feeding tube into Luis.
What? You petitioned a judge? I had to.
On on what grounds? Dr.
Marcel? This isn't right.
Lonnie All right.
We have to place a feeding tube.
You can't do this.
Yeah, well, I'm not allowed to let him die.
But it's his choice.
The judge disagrees.
No I'm sorry, Luis.
Soft restraints.
Please, don't do this.
Marcel Soft restraints, let's go.
Don't do this.
No! Don't do this! Okay, tube's in.
Just started nutrition.
Should see some improvements.
Thank you, Dr.
Marcel, that's good to hear.
You know, I, uh, I kinda wish you'd read me in before you petitioned the court.
Why, so you could talk me out of it? What exactly did you say to the judge? That Luis is experiencing temporary mental deterioration due to the severity of his poor physical condition.
Oh, come on, that's a bit of a stretch, isn't it? I mean, from where I'm standing, he clearly has decisional capacity.
How would you know? You just met him this morning.
Well, maybe that gives me a little objectivity in this case.
When it comes to this patient, in these circumstances, I have considerably more insight into his state of mind.
Hey, Dean, look.
Gerald's CAT scan.
The pheochromocytoma, it's there.
I'm not seeing it.
Look closer, on top of his left kidney.
It's small, but there's definitely an indiscriminate mass.
Well, "definitely" is a bit strong, but, yeah, if you squint, I grant you, there might be something there.
What about the metanephrines? Positive as well.
All right, well, let's get him up to surgery.
Ingrid's contract stipulated that she's allowed to spend 30 minutes with the baby postpartum.
I feel so guilty.
Maybe we should give her another hour or so.
Honey, that will just make things harder.
Asher, why don't you inform Ingrid that we'll be transporting the baby in a few minutes so the Harrises can begin bonding with their child.
I got Zoe's labs back.
Her blood-alcohol content is now up to .
Wouldn't alcohol poisoning explain her seizure? For sure, but her numbers are still climbing while she sits there on a saline drip.
I mean, how's that even possible? She must be drinking.
We checked all her stuff for booze.
Her parents are watching over her like a hawk.
She couldn't have possibly snuck a drink at She swore up and down that she didn't drink anything.
What if she wasn't lying? But how? Take another look at her CT scans, the one from this morning.
I got your labs back, Zoe.
Seems your blood-alcohol content keeps rising.
That doesn't make any sense.
Yeah, it's tripping me up, too, because Zoe said she hadn't had anything to drink.
Nope, not a drop.
Still, though, I gotta try to make sense of these numbers.
You know, I do keep thinking back on this fad from a couple years ago.
A bunch of kids used to take tampons and soak them in alcohol before using them and then absorb the alcohol through the bloodstream.
You wouldn't know anything about that, would you? Reason I ask is, you were on this road trip today, stuck in a car with your parents.
Conditions were there, if you were desperate to get your buzz on.
No way.
Yeah, you are wearing a tampon.
It showed up in your CT scans.
Whatever you're doing, Zoe, I get the distinct feeling that you know it's wrong.
Honey, you're making yourself sick.
Zoe, why don't you come with me to the bathroom, okay? Okay.
Look what we have here.
That, I believe, is a pheo.
Looks like you were right, good sleuthing.
Please send this to path for frozen section.
Make sure it's benign and the margins look good.
Big win for the U.
Navy today, guys and gals.
I've been asked to bring the baby to the NICU now.
No, no.
Give us a minute.
Ingrid, it's time.
I can't believe they're going to take my baby away from me.
Look, I understand how you feel, okay, but he is their baby.
They didn't want him.
Ingrid Meg, you're not supposed to be here.
We owe everything to you, Ingrid.
I don't know how we can ever repay you for what you've done.
And I'm so, so sorry for what I did, for what I wanted to do.
If I had known Ingrid, I shouldn't have listened I should've been like you.
I will never forgive myself.
No, Meg, don't.
And you were so strong.
You're so brave.
- No, stop.
That it wasn't like that.
I wasn't brave, I wasn't strong.
I I knew.
You knew? You knew what? I had this friend, they said the same thing to her, but her baby was okay.
And I just had this feeling that this baby would too.
Why didn't you tell us? Because I Because, I wanted him.
Oh, Ingrid I'm sorry I I am so sorry.
No no Look at him.
Look at what you did.
He's beautiful.
He is.
And, um and you You're going to be a great mom.
- Thank you, Ingrid.
- Yeah.
Oh, my God! Fire! Fire! Oh, my God, fire! Fire! Back up back up! Clear the way! I need help in here! Luis backboard, let's go! On my count, okay, we roll him.
One, two, three.
Easy, easy, easy.
One, two, three, let's go.
Luis get him to the room.
Come on.
Okay, tube's in.
Let's get him on a vent Let's go, come on.
Leads are on.
Looks like 90% of his body is burned.
Okay, I need two liters of IV.
Let's go through the burns if we have to.
Let's roll him.
Got it.
Nice and easy.
Let me see him.
Okay, put him down.
Can he survive this? How in the world did this happen? I know he had a lighter and some cigarettes when he came in this week.
Oh, look, there, that was full, that thing.
But how did he get to it? He was in restraints.
He said his wrists hurt.
You loosened his restraints? Well, he was in so much pain.
I can't get blood pressure or a pulse.
Okay, he's in PEA.
Okay, let's get a milligram of epi.
- Let's go, come on.
- Got it.
With these burns and malnutrition, his survival's unlikely.
- Hey, Luis! - Epi's in.
Luis, buddy, come on.
Come on, buddy.
Time of death, 19:47.
Well, at least she got her story.
Um, not the one she was hoping for, is my guess.
Just put in your discharge paperwork, you're good to go.
Thank you, Dr.
Zoe's feeling much better.
I think we all are, and as much as we wish this hadn't happened We can now get Zoe the help she needs.
Those substance abuse programs, can we still get that information from you? Absolutely.
Good on Zoe for coming around.
Yeah, pretty late in the game.
It's never too late to do the right thing.
Why'd you change your mind? You did a nice thing for me, saving this.
I was rude to dismiss it, so I would like to apologize.
Not necessary.
Come on, Will, you can be honest.
There must've been a bit of you that was upset with me.
Well, okay, yeah.
I didn't hear from you for almost two years.
- I ghosted you.
- Yeah.
I wanted to believe what we had was more meaningful than that.
Will, come on.
Of course it was.
Will Me cutting you off wasn't because I didn't care about you.
Okay, I needed to work on myself, on my sobriety, clear everything away so I could start again.
You know, now that we're working together again Maybe we could agree to turn the page? Be friends? Sure.
So Mindy Zheng already published her story online.
And almost immediately, the mayor put Greyland's relocation permit on hold.
So at least it looks like, you know, Luis might be getting what he wanted.
I know, but did he have to lose his life for it? And did I do the right thing getting that court order? I don't think so.
Oh, I'm sorry, I have trouble with that kind of thing.
- Hi.
- Hey.
You were all that I thought about today.
What's up? We can't do this anymore.
It's not safe for you.
I'm not worried.
Cops saw you leaving my place this morning.
- Um - It's okay.
I didn't blow your cover, but Yeah.
So I guess this is it? It's not what I want to do, but We gotta.
For your sake.
You know, I Oh, there's the man of the hour.
I was just telling Gerald about your stick save today.
He made the right call coming in to see you.
How are you feeling? Dean said I had a pretty close call today.
He's a tough old salt.
Let's not make it a regular thing, all right? Thank you.
So Gerald, you didn't tell me you served with my father.
I remember when this was taken.
Um I'm not sure if you've heard, but Patrick passed away about three months ago.
I know.
He didn't want me to see him when he was sick.
Yeah, he kind of cut himself off.
I didn't find out how sick he was till it was too late.
Patrick was always a very private person, but he told me a lot about you.
That's why I came in today I wanted to meet his son.
So you two were close? Yes.
Look, I shouldn't have come in.
Wait, I I don't understand.
Your father never wanted you to know.
Know what? We were in love.

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